My research deals with the mathematical description of multiphase processes in the atmosphere and in the human body. For example, we want to understand how particles form in the atmosphere, how they affect Atmospheric Chemistry, and which chemical reactions they trigger in the body. Therefore, my research group develops computer models and conducts laboratory experiments with the goal of understanding the relevant chemical and physical processes and applying this knowledge to offer solutions to our leading questions.
Tel: +49 6131 305 7010
Research: I examine the health effects of atmospheric aerosols focusing on the redox chemistry of their constituents. Using EPR spectroscopy, liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry, I investigate the response of surrogate solutions, mimicking the composition of the human body, upon exposure to aerosols. The analysis of the results is conducted using kinetic modelling.
Research: I study the formation of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) with oxidation flow reactors and mass spectrometry in collaboration with the Hwajin Kim group at Seoul National University. I will be using numerical methods to research multiphase chemistry in aerosols.
Research: I am working on the reaction kinetics of air pollutants with antioxidants in the epithelial lining fluid using laboratory studies and kinetic modeling.
Tel: +49 6131 305 7401
My research focuses on the adverse health effects of atmospheric aerosols. In particular, I look at the redox chemistry of atmospheric particles entering the human body by combining laboratory work with numerical modelling techniques.
Research: I work on machine learning applications in multiphase modelling.
Dr. Alexander Filippi (Ph.D. student, 2020-2021)
Dr. Jake Wilson (Ph.D. student, 2018-2021)
Dr. Coraline Mattei (Postdoc, 2019-2020)